Google is celebrating Equality Month by showing its solidarity with gayglers and everyone with different sexual orientations within the company and among its users.

The Pride community, Google and Google LGBTQ + celebrate among their families big and small with #ThisIsFamily. The company encourages you to post on social media about the people who make up your family (no matter how you define it) and make donations to nonprofit organizations such as PFLAG, It Gets Better, and GLAAD.

In June, Google.org pledged a total donation of $ 100,000 to these three organizations. This isn’t the only way Google celebrates Pride Month.

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In typical Google fashion, the company helps users connect with the world around them (and have fun) in Google’s flagship products:

  • in Google Maps This year’s parade routes are paved with a rainbow.
  • you will find rainbow easter eggs scattered around Google and GSuite search engines – you can join the fun from the computer by changing the skin in June Gmail on Pride,
  • Google Play Newsstand has a dedicated Pride Month feature page,
  • on YouTubeLGBTQ + creators who are #ProudToCreate for their imagination, creativity, talent and truth are honored.

Google continues to help companies declare that their sites are there LGBTQ + Friendly or Transgender Safe Space in business cards on Google Maps and Google Search.

A special Pride collection celebrating the history of LGBTQ + has been published on Google Arts & Culture, with 20 exhibits and over 2,700 artifacts, some of which come from the Stonewall Forever project.

You can read more on the official Google website: pride.google.

source: Google Blog – #ThisisFamily: how we’re celebrating Pride

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